Blake and Ryan already proved this week that they're couple goals AF, but what we've also realized is that they're parents goals too. The couple are proud parents to James, two, and Inez, 10 months, their two beautiful daughters. Who they've done a good job of keeping out of the media spotlight.
Blake said in her recent Glamour interview that she wants to raise strong, independent girlbossess and hubby Ryan is totally onboard. The All I See Is You actress admitted that Ryan, has banned the word bossy in their house: 'My husband said, "I don't ever want to use that word again. You've never heard a man called bossy".'
So embarrassing that @glamourmag captured me on one of my daily wheat walks, and I had no idea. Thank goodness I had full hair & makeup, and thigh high boots on. Can't wander a field without them! 😊😁😜
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She, went on to add that: 'there would never be any negative connotation for a man being a boss, so to add a negative connotation on a woman being bossy? It's belittling, and it doesn't encourage them to be a boss.'
The family are also total feminists, saying that they try and use female pronouns day to day. For example, if Ryan Reynolds picks up a caterpillar, he'll ask: 'What's her name?' rather than, 'What's his name?'
Blake goes on to say that: '[comedian] Sarah Silverman does a great bit, "Stop telling little girls that they can do anything. They already believe they can do anything. It opens the door for questions..." We're all born feeling perfect until somebody tells us we're not.'
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'So there's nothing I can teach my daughter [James]. She already has all of it. The only thing I can do is protect what she already feels.'
AHHHHH swoon, swoon, swoon. Blake and Ryan can you please adopt us PLEASE?!?